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Published May 10, 1995
The Spurs' DENNIS RODMAN is profiled as "Madonna's Basketball Pal" in the May 15 issue of PEOPLE magazine. Teammate JACK HALEY on the Rodman-Madonna relationship: "It was pretty heavy. I heard her say several times she wanted to have babies with Dennis. She called him a 'perfect specimen.'" Rodman, on his marketability: "It's like I'm a MICHAEL JORDAN. But I'm a Michael Jordan on the flip side. That's the way it is. The NBA don't want it, but they don't have any choice" (PEOPLE, 5/15 issue)....Suns VP & COO RICH DOZER is quoted in a piece on franchise profitability in the current U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT. Dozer says that there are four factors to profitability: "smart owners, strong management, a large market and a modern facility." While any three will do, Dozer adds, "If you're weak in two or three, then you're in trouble" (U.S. NEWS, 5/15 issue).... MERRITT NORVELL appears to top the short list to become the AD at Michigan State (DETROIT FREE PRESS, 5/10)....DAVE TWARDZIK has been offered the job of GM for the Warriors. He was Dir of player Personnel for the Hornets (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 5/10)....Penguins Owner HOWARD BALDWIN has a box office "bonanza" on his hands with the upcoming release of "Sudden Death" (USA TODAY, 5/10)....LPGA Commissioner CHARLIE MECHEM is profiled in this morning's USA TODAY. Mechem, who is is unsure of his plans are after his 5-year term is up, was approached by a few LPGA players about starting a sports marketing firm. Mechem: "I didn't want to do that because I'd have to hire all those lawyers and accountants" (USA TODAY, 5/10)....ESPN's Chris Mortenson reports that AL DAVIS wants $20M from the NFL to "endure the pain and suffering of playing in the L.A. Coliseum while a new stadium is being built." Mortenson says the league will address its "L.A. problem" at its owners meetings later this month in Jacksonville ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 5/9).